Las Canarias Restaurant Review:
A new chef has taken charge of the kitchen at this elegant enclave, and there have been subtle shifts in the menu. Though, as before, much that’s on offer in the serene dining room overlooking the river still references standard New American cooking (think roasted butternut squash bisque, potato-crusted Berkshire pork belly), there are increasing signs that, despite the appearance of locally...
"Excellent scenery" from the tables overlooking the River Walk make this romantic New American in the Omni a locals' choice for "date nights" or "special occasions"; add in an "innovative" menu and "exemplary" service, and it really "stands out on its own", even as a hotel restaurant.
The historic La Mansion del Rio hides a restaurant of unusual standards.:
Floor-to-ceiling windows and a creamy color scheme maintain the glow of Las Canarias' crisp but comfortable two-tiered interior. An outdoor dining area satisfies diners intrigued... Pros + great brunch
The romance of old San Antonio in a Spanish Colonial-style hotel.:
This historic building began as a private school in 1854. Eventually, it evolved into St. Mary's University's law school. In 1966 the blackboards were traded in for beds, and...